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review games
Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words

Fill-in-the Blank

Review Games
big question how many ways can we communicate
Big Question:How many ways can we communicate?
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
today we will learn about
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Long o: o, oa, ow
  • Syllables VCV
  • Draw Conclusions
  • Realistic Fiction
  • Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
correspond
correspond
  • cor – re - spond
  • When you correspond with someone, you write to each other.
  • Sandy and her penpal corresponded for several years.
  • My grandmother and I correspond by e-mail.
postage
postage
  • post –age
  • Postage is the money you pay to send a letter or something you want to mail.
  • Mom took the package to the post office to find out how much the postage would be.
  • A stamp pays for postage on a letter.
transport
transport
  • trans - port
  • When you transport something, you carry it somewhere.
  • I transport my homework and my lunch in my backpack.
  • A mail carrier transports lots of mail in a big bag on wheels.
phonemic awareness1
Phonemic Awareness
  • Substitute Medial Phonemes
  • Reading book page 384
  • I see a girl waving. She is saying Hello!
  • The long o sound is the sound at the end of the word hello!
  • Find other long o sounds!
  • Let’s change middle sounds! Coat. Change the o sound to a – CAT!
word reading
float

fond

over

locate

throat

shore

sold

follow

bold

host

dock

forget

bowl

cannot

before

Word Reading
word family word phone
Word Family Word – phone

cone

zone

bone

drone

stone

long o o oa ow
Long o: o, oa, ow
  • vote - nose
  • What do you know about reading these words?
  • When you see o-consonant-e, the o says its name, and the e is silent. (When two vowels go walking, the first does the talking, and the second stays quiet.)
  • Today we’ll learn about other spellings for /o/.
phonics o oa ow
PHONICS –o, -oa, -ow
  • host float snow veto fellow toad
  • bowl scold throat elbow hotel cocoa
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ocean

  • CVCe – When a word has a vowel-consonant-silent e pattern, the vowel usually stands for its long sound.
    • bone
    • home
    • rope
  • CV, CV/C-When a word or a syllable ends with a single vowel, the vowel sound is usually long.
    • no
    • go
    • hello
  • CVVC –When two vowels appear together in a word or syllable, the first usually stands for its long sound and the second is silent.
    • boat
    • road
    • soap
  • The letters ow can stand for the long o sound or the dipthong/ou/.Context provides the clue to pronunciation.
    • row
    • grown
    • snow
long o o oa ow blend these words
coat

most

told

slow

host

cold

boat

mow

bowl

Long o: o, oa, owBlend these words.
long o o oa ow blend these words1
open

throat

sold

goal

coast

road

gold

post

flow

Long o: o, oa, owBlend these words.
decodable page 199 sam s stroll
Decodable Page 199Sam’s Stroll

Let’s Read Words!

Partner Routine: Take turns, choral, at desk!

Practice long o words on whiteboard if you finish early!

spelling pre test
Spelling Pre- Test

Readers response journal!

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

daily fix it
Daily Fix-It
  • could the bowt flote.
  • Could the boat float?
  • where can I find a boal.
  • Where can I find a bowl?
verbs with singular plural nouns
Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
  • A verb tells what someone or something does.
  • A verb can show action.
  • Add –s to a verb to tell what one person, animal, or thing does.
    • One childdraws a tree.
  • Do not add –s to a verb that tells what two or more people, animals, or things do.
    • Two childrendraw flowers.
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Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
  • The children (paints, paint) a scene on mural paper.
  • The children paint a scene on mural paper.
  • One girl (makes, make) a road.
  • One girl makes a road.
  • Two boys (adds, add) cars and trucks.
  • Two boys add cars and trucks.
verbs with singular plural nouns2
Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
  • Three girls (colors, color) the sky blue.
  • Three girls color the sky blue.
  • The teacher (hangs, hang) the mural on the wall.
  • The teacher hangs the mural on the wall.
writing friendly letter
Writing – Friendly Letter
  • Key Features in a Friendly Letter
    • Date
    • Greeting
    • Body The body has the message and tells the writer’s ideas and feelings.
    • Closing
    • Signature
      • Quick Write! Who would you like to get a friendly letter from you?
      • What 3 things did you do today that you could write about?
research and inquiry
Research and Inquiry
  • Identify and Focus Topic
  • Jennie noticed hand signals as well as letters in newspapers. You also read a letter about sign language. What creative way of communicating would you like to learn about?
  • I’ve noticed bike riders giving many hand signals. I’d like to ask the question, “What do bike riders tell with hand signals?
wrap up your day
Wrap Up Your Day
  • Long o
  • Spelling long o words
  • Draw conclusions
  • Let’s Talk About It

Tomorrow we will read about a boy and his grandmother who find more ways than one to keep in touch.

today we will learn about1
Today we will learn about:
  • Amazing Words
  • Long o: o, oa, ow
  • Draw Conclusions
  • Visualize
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Vocabulary
  • Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
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cove
  • cove
  • A cove is a small part of a sea or lake partly surrounded by land.
  • My dad and uncle like to fish in that little cove.
  • That’s a nice beach in the cove up the shore.
long o o oa ow1
Long o: o, oa, ow
  • coaching
  • You can read this word because you know how to read words with long o spelled oa. What sound does oa stand for in this word?
  • locate
  • rowing
long o o oa ow2
Long o: o, oa, ow
  • When you come to a new word, look at the letters from left to right and think about the vowels sounds.
  • Say the sounds in the word to yourself and then read the word.
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Long o: o, oa, ow
  • probe
  • blown
  • floating
  • owner
  • boast
  • donate
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad1
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad2
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad3
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad4
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad5
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad6
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad7
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad8
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad9
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad10
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad11
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
sort long o words grow oats toast notion almost shown roast below thrown old don t toad12
Sort Long o Wordsgrow, oats, toast, notion, almost, shown, roast, below, thrown, old, don’t, toad
practice long o words
Practice Long o Words
  • The slow goat walked out the open gate.
  • The slowgoat walked out the open gate.
  • I’ll show you the toad that hopped into the bowl.
  • I’ll show you the toad that hopped into the bowl.
  • I told Dad I could not eat most of the toast.
  • I told Dad I could not eat most of the toast.
review r controlled ar or ore ore
Review r controlled –ar, -or, -ore, -ore
  • Pony acorn before motto soar hollow
  • Floating charcoal locate
  • If a tornado roars this way, the day may get dark like charcoal.
  • I can’t ignore that cold wind blowing in the open window.
  • Follow the steps in order for oatmeal, and don’t forget to make toast.
high frequency words1
High Frequency Words
  • Picture parents company answer wash school faraway science guess pretty village shoe watch won
story words
Story Words
  • Persimmons yellow and orange colored sweet fruits that are like plums
  • Photograph a picture taken with a camera
  • Envelope a paper sleeve that is used to hold a letter
  • Smudged smeared or marked with dirty streaks
vocabulary words persimmons smudged envelope photograph
Vocabulary Wordspersimmons, smudged, envelope, photograph
  • I picked ______ yesterday.
  • persimmons
  • Mom took a ______ of me.
  • photograph
vocabulary words persimmons smudged envelope photograph1
Vocabulary Wordspersimmons, smudged, envelope, photograph
  • She put the picture in an ______ to send to Grandpapa.
  • envelope
  • I printed this address, but I _____ the letters.
  • smudged
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Prefixes
    • A prefix is a word part that comes at the beginning of a word to change the meaning or make a new word.
    • Disallow not allow
    • Unkind not kind
    • Misuse use badly
    • Preschool before school
    • Rewash wash again
build background
Build Background
  • What are the steps in writing a letter?
  • 1. Write the letter.
  • 2. Write the address on the envelope and add a stamp.
  • 3. Mail the letter.
  • 4. The U.S. Postal Service sorts the letter.
  • 5. A letter carrier delivers the letter.
draw conclusions
Draw Conclusions
  • We are not told everything about the characters and events in a story.
  • We use what we know and what happens in the story to make decisions about things the author doesn’t tell us.
  • Look for more clues about the characters and events as you read and look at the pictures.
  • For more clues, think about what you already know about real life.
visualize ei 27
Visualize EI 27
  • As you read, lose your eyes and make pictures in your mind about the characters, the setting, and what happens in the story.
  • When you read, make pictures in your mind. See the characters move, and hear what they say. See where the story takes place, and see what happens. This will help you understand the story.
literary text
Literary Text
  • Simile – phrases that compare an object to something else using the word like. They are a type of description. They help us picture better what something looks like.
  • The lights soared across the sky like shooting stars.
    • What is being described? What is being compared?
daily fix it1
Daily Fix-It
  • did alan finds the malbox
  • Did Alan find the mailbox?
  • jo mail some leters she write
  • Jo mails some letters she wrote.
verbs with singular plural nouns3
Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
  • A verb tells what someone or something does.
  • A verb can show action.
  • Add –s to a verb to tell what one person, animal, or thing does.
    • One childdraws a tree.
  • Do not add –s to a verb that tells what two or more people, animals, or things do.
    • Two childrendraw flowers.
verbs with singular plural nouns4
Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
  • Jackputs the stamp on the letter.
  • Weput the stamp on the letter.
  • Verbs can end in –s when the subject is only one person.
  • When the subject is more than one, you do not add an –s on the end of the verb.
writing friendly letter1
Writing – Friendly Letter
  • Key Features in a Friendly Letter
    • Date
    • Greeting
    • Body The body has the message and tells the writer’s ideas and feelings.
    • Closing
    • Signature
writing friendly letter2
Writing – Friendly Letter
  • How do we communicate?
writing friendly letter3
Writing – Friendly Letter
  • Write a friendly letter to a friend or classmate about a new way to communicate!
  • Let’s Start with a 4 square!
  • Main idea, details, details, closing (use your voice)
research and inquiry1
Research and Inquiry

Newspapers and Periodicals

  • A newspaper is a source of very current news published each day or week. It has sections; the articles in each section are usually organized in the order of importance.
  • A magazine is a source of news and ideas that is published less often, usually each month. Magazine articles are often organized in order of interest.
  • Newspapers print articles on many topics.
  • Magazines have a theme.
wrap up your day1
Wrap Up Your Day

High-Frequency Words:

  • My parents helped me answer a letter from my friend.
  • I put a picture inside it.

Visualize:

Let’s Talk About It:

  • Tomorrow you will reread Dear Juno.
today we will learn about2
Today we will learn about:
  • Long e: e, ee, ea, y
  • Long o: o, oa, ow
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Vocabulary: clipped words, abbreviations
  • Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
footprint
footprint
  • foot - print
  • A footprint is the mark our foot makes when you step on something.
  • We left footprints on the wet sand.
  • We could see the footprints of a rabbit in our backyard.
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Decodable

page 207

Let’s ReadWords!Blown motel poster golden over windowPartner Reading RoutineTake turns! Choral!Back at desk!
long o o oa ow goat hold show most bowl float toast ago open told toad slow almost throat hollow
Long o: o, oa, owgoat, hold, show, most, bowl, float, toast, ago, open, told, toad, slow, almost ,throat, hollow
  • rhymes with roll
  • bowl
  • rhymes with boat
  • float
  • part of your body
  • throat
long o o oa ow goat hold show most bowl float toast ago open told toad slow almost throat hollow1
Long o: o, oa, owgoat, hold, show, most, bowl, float, toast, ago, open, told, toad, slow, almost ,throat, hollow
  • animals
  • goat, toad
  • mean the same as “not quite”
  • almost
  • rhyming pairs
  • told, hold & show, slow & most, toast
long o o oa ow goat hold show most bowl float toast ago open told toad slow almost throat hollow2
Long o: o, oa, owgoat, hold, show, most, bowl, float, toast, ago, open, told, toad, slow, almost ,throat, hollow
  • the opposite of closed
  • open
  • the same as empty
  • hollow
  • has only three letters
  • ago
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Sentence Reading

1. School will open for an art show.2. We told Pam an answer three days ago.3. That slow goat came to eat.4. Most of this toast is cold.

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Sentence Reading

Answer, photograph, envelope, picture, smudge, persimmons

1. Juno got an _____ in the mail from faraway.2. He must wash the ______ off his face.3. Juno drew a ______ of his parents.4. We bought _______ for our company to eat.5. Juno brought the _______ of Grandma to school.6. Did Juno ______ Grandma’s letter?

high frequency words answer company faraway parents picture school wash
High-Frequency Wordsanswer, company, faraway, parents, picture, school, wash
  • I hung a ___ on the wall.
  • I hung a picture on the wall.
  • I take a bus to _____.
  • I take a bus to school.
  • Did you ___ your hands before you ate?
  • Did you wash your hands before you ate?
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High-Frequency Wordsanswer, company, faraway, parents, picture, school, wash
  • Can you help me ___ this problem?
  • Can you help me answer this problem?
  • My ____ like to read.
  • My parents like to read.
  • Next week we will have ___ come visit.
  • Next week we will have company come visit.
  • The king and queen lives in a ____ city.
  • The king and queen lives in a faraway city.
vocabulary shortened forms of words
Vocabulary:Shortened forms of words
  • Some words are shortened forms of other words. (airplane – plane)
  • We shorten some words by “clipping” off part of the word. (photograph – photo)
  • Abbreviations are also shortened forms of words. (Street – St.)
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Model Fluency

Accuracy and Appropriate RateDear Juno, page 398Fluency Routine:1. Track with finger.2. Read with me.3. Read aloud without me!
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Read-AloudDear JunoRemember sequence! Identify what happens in order: first, next, and last. Today look for the order of things Juno did when he found the second big envelope from his grandmother.

think critically
Think Critically

Page 406

Partner Response!

Group discussion!

Look back and write. 5 minutes!

daily fix it2
Daily Fix-It
  • i got the leter a week agow
  • I got the letter a week ago.
  • i opened itt right away?
  • I opened it right away.
verbs with singular plural nouns5
Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
  • A verb tells what someone or something does.
  • A verb can show action.
  • Add –s to a verb to tell what one person, animal, or thing does.
    • Juno wants his grandmother to visit.
  • Do not add –s to a verb that tells what two or more people, animals, or things do.
    • Juno’s parentswant his grandmother to come visit.
verbs with singular plural nouns6
Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
  • Decide if you will use jump or jumps with these subjects.
  • Jane
  • Jane jumps
  • my classmates
  • my classmates jump
  • Phil and Marna
  • Phil and Marna jump
  • the student
  • the student jumps
verbs with singular plural nouns7
Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
  • One finger taps.
  • More fingers tap.
  • One had waves.
  • More hands wave.
  • One leg shakes.
  • More legs shake.
    • Action Verbs
  • 1. The boat ____ on the lake.
  • 2. My baby brother ______ milk
  • 3. Some parents ________ in offices.
let s write it
Let’s Write It!
  • Page 408
  • Sequence in a Friendly Letter.
  • The order of details can matter. Good writers think about the order of details. Do they make sense?
let s write it1
Let’s Write It!
  • Page 408
  • Sequence in a Friendly Letter.
  • The order of details can matter. Good writers think about the order of details. Do they make sense?
research and inquiry3
Research and Inquiry!
  • Gather and Record Information
  • What hand signals do bike riders use for directions?
  • Sources I can use:
    • Encyclopedia, nonfiction books
    • Web sited, bicycling magazine.
    • Take notes!
wrap up your day2
Wrap Up Your Day
  • Draw conclusions
  • Let’s Talk About It
  • Tomorrow we will hear about a girl who communicates with her hands.
today we will learn about3
Today we will learn about:
  • Long o: o, oa, ow
  • Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
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deaf
  • deaf
  • Someone who is deaf cannot hear well or at all.
  • Some people who are deaf understand what someone is saying by looking closely at their mouths as they talk.
  • A person who is deaf may use sign language to communicate with others.
imitate
imitate
  • im – i - tate
  • When you imitate someone or something, you try to act like or be like the person or thing.
  • The boy in the story tried to imitate the girl who is deaf when she made signs.
  • My brother can imitate the sounds of some birds by whistling.
sign language
sign language
  • sign lang – uage
  • Sign language is a way of talking by making signs with your hands.
  • The child’s mother taught the girl’s friends how to use some sign language in order to talk to her.
fluent word reading
Fluent Word Reading

Locate go most science robot

Shallow village guess pony boats

Pretty yellow shows floating shoe

Watch chosen gold won Josef

sentence reading
Sentence Reading
  • We will watch a film in science class about a robot.
  • I can guess which pretty gold paint you have chosen.
  • Josef must locate his shoe before we can go jogging.
  • Yellow boats are floating on the shallow lake in the village.
  • That white pony has won the most prizes at horse shows.
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Partner Reading Routine!
  • Take turns! Choral!
  • Back to desk!
many ways to be a soldier page 410
Many Ways to Be A SoldierPage 410

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Historical Fiction

Key Features

Made up story that takes place in the past.

Uses real facts from history to make the story sound like it could really have happened.

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10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Historical Fiction

Key Features

Made up story that takes place in the past.

Uses real facts from history to make the story sound like it could really have happened.

many ways to be a soldier page 4101
Many Ways to Be A SoldierPage 410

Visualize

What do you visualize when you read the description of the cannon firing?

Name in order the three things the children do to trick the redcoats.

How does visualizing help you understand what longboats and warships are?

fluency
Fluency

Dear Juno

Page 402

Whole Class Fluency Routine

I read!

We read!

Ya’ll read!

daily fix it3
Daily Fix-It
  • shee likes to visit her Grandma
  • She likes to visit her grandma.
  • she show her noo things
  • She shows her new things.
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Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
  • A verb tells what someone or something does.
  • A verb can show action.
  • Add –s to a verb to tell what one person, animal, or thing does.
    • Snowwants to eat some lettuce.
  • Do not add –s to a verb that tells what two or more people, animals, or things do.
    • Toby and Cobywant to eat pink ice cream..
writing friendly letter4
Writing – Friendly Letter
  • Deleting Sentences
  • Good writers show they focus to be clear!
  • Today we will read and revise our friendly letters to make our messages clearer.
  • Remember to tell about one main idea well!
writing friendly letter5
Writing – Friendly Letter
  • Deleting Sentences
  • Good writers show they focus to be clear!
  • Today we will read and revise our friendly letters to make our messages clearer.
  • Remember to tell about one main idea well!
listening and speaking
Listening and Speaking

Solve Problems using our speaking and listening skills.

  • First, we identify the problem.
  • Next, we offer ideas for a solution and listen to the opinions of others.
  • Finally, we create a solution to the problem.

When there is a problem at school, the principal and the teachers get together to find a solution. The principal helps keep us focused on the problem. Teachers take turns offering ideas and opinions. We listen to each other, and work together to solve the problem.

How do we show traits of good listening and speaking in class?

research and inquiry4
Research and Inquiry

Review and Revise

I found that bike riders signal with their hands to let others know when they will turn and stop. I think this is a creative way of communicating. I do not need to change my original topic.

wrap up your day3
Wrap Up Your Day
  • Making connections: text to text
  • Let’s Talk About It
  • You heard about a girl who communicates with sign language. Tomorrow you will hear about Anna again.
today we will learn about4
Today we will learn about:
  • Long o: o, oa, ow
  • High-Frequency Words
  • Verbs with Singular & Plural Nouns
  • Study Skills: Globe
dear juno11
Dear Juno
  • Why do people correspond with one another?
  • If we send a letter, who transports it after we mail it?
  • Why do people who are deaf use sign language?
  • Why do we need to put postage on a letter or package?
  • Who might leave footprints along the shore of a cove?
  • Why is imitating a good way to learn a language?
long o o oa ow4
Long o: o, oa, ow
  • We told the coach we will score the most goals.
  • We told the coach we will score the most goals.
  • Flo turned over on the sofa and went to sleep.
  • Flo turned over on the sofa and went to sleep.
  • Her home is located on the snowy,frozen coast.
  • Her home is located on the snowy, frozencoast.
  • His sore throat did not hurt as much as his broken elbow.
  • His sore throat did not hurt as much as his brokenelbow.
high frequency words parents school company faraway picture answer wash
High-Frequency Wordsparents, school, company, faraway, picture, answer, wash
  • I am not close by.
  • faraway
  • I am what you do with soap and water.
  • wash
  • I am something you can draw or paint.
  • picture
  • I am another name for mom and dad.
  • parents
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High-Frequency Wordsparents, school, company, faraway, picture, answer, wash
  • I am a place you go to learn.
  • school
  • I am what every questions needs.
  • answer
  • I am another name for visitors.
  • company
dear juno page 416
Dear Juno Page 416
  • Vocabulary
    • prefixes
  • Fluency
    • Accuracy and appropriate rate
  • Listening and Speaking
    • Solve problems.
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Draw Conclusions
  • We are not told everything about the characters and events in a story.
  • We use what we know and what happens in the story to make decisions about things the author doesn’t tell us.
  • Look for more clues about the characters and events as you read and look at the pictures.
  • For more clues, think about what you already know about real life.
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Draw Conclusions
  • We are not told everything about the characters and events in a story.
  • We use what we know and what happens in the story to make decisions about things the author doesn’t tell us.
  • Look for more clues about the characters and events as you read and look at the pictures.
  • For more clues, think about what you already know about real life.
literary text historical fiction
Literary TextHistorical Fiction

Many Ways to Be a Soldier

Historical fiction

Setting

American colonies during Revolutionary War.

Story is made-up. (Fiction)

wrap up the week

Wrap Upthe Week!

Let’s Talk About

Creative Ideas

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Vocabulary & Amazing Words:

Arcade Games

Jigword

Matchword

Speedword

Wordsearch

Word Web

Spelling Words:

Speedword

Word Web

Quia Games

Spelling City

High Frequency Words

Fill-in-the Blank

Review Games
we are now ready to take our story tests
We are now ready to take our story tests.

Make sure you underline your answers in your comprehension and double check all work!

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